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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by bullet, Jun 17, 2010.
I saw a great number plate on a range rover today. K9 GSD, cool eh?
Nice! i'd love that. Not sure it would look good on my ropey old Brava though :lol:
Was it on a Rover? :arf:
Bet its worth a bit too, mine is K9 X ME
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I saw a private plate which was NO02TAX
love it :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:
I bet it is too, we got a personalised number plate because of our dog, mind you its embarresing shouting, FX51 come here, sit :lol:
I have a K9 plate with my initials afterwards I got it for my 17th birthday after mum told me I couldnt buy it, it was too expensive and my sister had brought me it!!!
I searched for K9's and there arn't many left at a reasonable price!
Thats great :thumbup:
You would be shocked about our number plates too!! We have NO LETTERS!! Only numbers!
So say for instance:
12567..........but we have one digits and everything in between! The Governor has number 1.
I've goe S15KYS, my girlie is Sisky hehehee
There is a jag in this town with a number plate of PU55YCAT. Makes me smile every time i see it.
we have a range rover near ours with P1KEY
love the number plates guys. is it quiet expensive to get them done
There's one on Ebay the moment for £399 SIAMESE CAT number plate DVLA TRANSFER FEES PAID on eBay (end time 09-Jul-10 22:32:57 BST)
I'd love it but DH won't buy it for me
I saw one for sale years ago that was
it was the name of one of my first rats & I'd love to have it if we ever get another car:thumbup:
One of our customers has 1FFY on his X5, and he's an electrician as well!!!
Best one I ever saw was K9NAD - must admit it took me a moment to realise it meant the dog's b*****s!